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File:South Africa 2001 Afrikaans speakers proportion map.svg


English: Map showing the proportion of the South African population that speaks Afrikaans at home, from the 2001 census broken down to "Main Place" level.
Projection is Albers Equal-Area Conic, with standard parallels at 25.5° S and 31.5° S, and origin at 28.5° S 25.5° E.
Date 22 February 2010
Source Statistics South Africa's Census 2001 is the source of the basic population data. The map results from my own processing of the data.
Author Htonl


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